Serial Interfaces

DEC DLV11-J Serial connector

ilable on the DEC DLV11-J Serial card 10 pin IDC male connector at the Serial card (is numbering correct??) Pin Name Dir Description 1 CLK ? Clock 2 GND Ground 3 TXD+ Transmit data + 4 TXD- Transmit data - (

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DEC Dual RS-232 connector

nd on the DEC Multia and DEC UDB (Universal Desktop Box). It contains two Serial ports on one connector. The 1st Port is located on the normal pins, and the 2nd port is located on some “spare” pins. 25 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the c

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DEC MMJ connector

=Modified Modular Jack. Invented by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) (now: Compaq) 6 pin MMJ FEMALE connector at the devices Pin Name Description 1 DTR Data Terminal Ready 2 TXD+ Transmit Data + 3 TXD- Transmit Data - 4 RXD+ Receive Da

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EIA-449 (RS-449) interface

RS449 interface is a generic connector specification. It´s not an actual interface. The connector pinning was originally designed to support RS422 for balanced signals, and RS423 for the unbalanced signals. And should have been the succesor of RS

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EIA-449 (RS-449) Secondary connector

mon names: EIA-449, RS-449, ISO 4902. Secondary (auxilary) channel 9 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the computer Pin Name RS232 V.24 Dir Description 1   n/a 101 Shield 2 SSR SRR 122 Secondary Receiver Ready 3 SSD SSD 118 Secondary Send

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EIA530 (RS530) interface

RS530 interface is a generic connector specification. It´s not an actual interface. The connector pinning can be used to support RS422, RS423, V.35 and X.21 to name the most popular ones. 25 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the DTE (Computer) RS530 is

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ITU-TSS V.35 connector

ically, V.35 is a high-speed serial interface designed to support both higher data rates and connectivity between DTEs or DCEs over digital lines. 34 pin M/34 MALE connector V.35 is an interface (V.35 is the ITU - formerly CCITT standard termed &l

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ITU-TSS X.21 connector

mon names: ITU-TSS (CCITT) X.21, ISO 4903 15 pin D-SUB FEMALE connector at the DTE (Computer) CCITT X21 is a physical and electrical interface that uses two types of circuits: balanced (X.27N.1 1) and and unbalanced (X.26N.10). CCITT X.21 calls ou

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RocketPort Serialport connector

ilable at RocketPort serialport expansion cards. 8 pin RJ45 FEMALE connector at the RocketPort card Pin Name Description Dir 1 RTS Request To Send 2 DTR Data Terminal Ready 3 GND Ground 3 TXD Tranceive Data

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RS-232D connector

in RJ45 FEMALE connector at the devices Pin Name Dir Description 1 DSR/RI Data Set Ready / Ring Indicator 2 CD Carrier Detect 3 DTR Data Terminal Ready 4 GND System Ground 5 RXD Receive Data 6 TXD Transmit Data 7 CTS Clear to

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RS232 interface

32 is a serial interface. It can be found in many different applications where the most common ones are modems and Personal Computers. 25 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the DTE (Computer) RS-232 is simple, universal, well understood and supported. It

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RS366 interface

pin D-SUB MALE connector at the DTE (Computer) RS366 interface describes the “Interface Between Data Terminal Equipment and Automatic Calling Equipment for Data Communication.” To tell that in a normal language is almost impossible. Th

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RS422 9pin connector

in D-SUB MALE connector at the DTE (Computer) Pin Name Description 1   Shield 2 RTS+ Request To Send + 3 RTS- Request To Send - 4 TXD+ Transmit Data + 5 TXD- Transmit Data - 6 CTS+ Clear To Send + 7 CTS- Clear To Send - 8 RXD

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RS422 interface

22 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. The advantage of a balanced signal is the greater immunity to noise. The EIA describes RS422 as a DTE to DCE interface for point-to-point connections. 37 pin D-SUB MALE connec

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Serial (15) connector

ms to be available at a 14.4kbps modem called Speedster. 15 pin FEMALE connector at the modem 2 4 6 10 12 14 [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][] - 1 3 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 Pin Name RS232 Dir Description 1 GROUND GND Ground 2 SUSP#

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Serial (Amiga 1000) connector

pin D-SUB MALE connector at the Amiga 1000 Pin Name Dir Description 1 SHIELD Shield Ground 2 TXD Transmit Data 3 RXD Receive Data 4 RTS Request to Send 5 CTS Clear to Send 6 DSR Data Set

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Serial (Amiga) connector

pin D-SUB MALE connector at the computer Pin Name Dir Description 1 SHIELD Shield Ground 2 TXD Transmit Data 3 RXD Receive Data 4 RTS Request to Send 5 CTS Clear to Send 6 DSR Data Set Re

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Serial (DB25) connector

y common PC serial port. 25 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the computer Pin Name Dir Description 1 SHIELD - Shield Ground 2 TXD Transmit Data 3 RXD Receive Data 4 RTS Request to Send 5 CTS Clear to Se

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Serial (DB9) connector

s port is very common and available at almost any PC, some Sun (at least Ultra 5/ 10, Blade 100/150) and many other computers. With description of how PC serial mouse works. 9 pin D-SUB MALE connector at the computer DB-9 Pin IDC internal pin na

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Serial (MSX) connector

in D-SUB FEMALE connector at the computer Pin Name Dir Description 1 PG - Protective Ground 2 TXD Transmit Data 3 RXD Receive Data 4 RTS Request to Send 5 CTS Clear to Send 6 DSR Data Set

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